(PRWEB UK) 4 September 2013
As Google celebrates its 15th birthday, according to BBC News report by Joe Miller dated 4 September 2013: Jonathon Fletcher: forgotten father of the search engine, until researchers tracked down Jonathon Fletcher he was not aware that he had built the first modern search engine. During a recent conference in Dublin he joined a panel as a guest speaker which included representatives from Microsoft, Yahoo and Google. In his speech he talked only of the future and said: “In my opinion, the web isn’t going to last forever, but the problem of finding information is.”
Private Detective Nottingham uses the internet for many different reasons during investigation services and when setting up surveillance sessions. As well as using traditional methods of detective work, some information can be sourced through internet search sites. Finding information on Google maps regarding locations for surveillance, search engine checks into opening times and dress codes for clubs, pubs and restaurants, costs and closing times for car parks and shopping centres etc are all very useful when organising an operation. Looking into company details and other information available within the public domain can all help to build up a person’s background. There are many sources available through the internet and it is a quick, easy and convenient method of investigation.
Peter Robinson spokesperson from Private Detective Nottingham said: “Over the last 15 years we have used Google more and more to aid in our investigations. It has proved to be a speedy and cost effective method to source information.”
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